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Supplementary prescribing for rheumatology patients: an evaluation [cite this article?]

  • Sheena Hennell (a1), Eileen Spark (a2), Barbara Wood (a3), Sarah Gibson (a3) and E. George (a4)...

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This paper evaluates the benefit and value of supplementary prescribing for rheumatology patients, and the teams who manage their care. Problems and challenges are highlighted as the paper also reviews implementation into practice and discusses audit results in terms of patient and service outcomes.

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Department of Health. 2003. Supplementary prescribing.
Hennell S, Wood B, Spark E. Competency and the use of clinical management plans in rheumatology practice. Nurse Prescribing 2004; 2 (1): 2630.
Hennell S. Nurse prescribing in rheumatology: A case study. Musculoskeletal Care 2004; 2 (1): 6571.
Jones M. Nurse Prescribing Politics to Practice. Bailliere Tindall; 1999.

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